Limekilns to Burntisland

We are delighted to promote the following businesses as members of our Welcome Port programme. Fife Coastal Path users will be assured of a warm welcome when they visit.

Many of our Welcome Ports are encouraging their guests to leave their mark on a new plan to help maintain Fife’s natural heritage for future generations via the Big Green Footprint Scheme; to learn more about the scheme please click here


Sandy Wallace Cycles
15 Hope Street, 
KY11 1LW

Tel: 01383 412195

From the outset, our philosophy was simple - to deliver top quality products with first-class service at competitive prices. We cater for the needs of all cyclists, leisure, children, tourists, road and mountain bikers. We only employ cyclists, all of our staff are experienced cyclists and several of them are or have been Scottish Champions.

For more information click here.


Millbrae Cafe
58 High Street
KY11 1NN

Tel: 07986349953

Millbrae Cafe, named after the existing brae leading to the old paper mill, is a 16 seater cafe on Inverkeithing High Street with a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. Serving traditionally made home baking with locally sourced food from local farms. Gluten free dinners and breads are available. 

For more information click here.



The Woodside Hotel
78 High Street

Tel: 01383 860328

Built in 1873, this little hotel is deceptively spacious and has copious areas of relaxation, dining and wining space - cozy, comfortable and attractively decorated. Enjoy dining in the Clipper Lounge with its beautiful stained glass ceiling - this spectacular ceiling came from an Orient Line vessel called the Orontes which sailed from Britain to Australia between 1902 & 1926. You can't help but relax. A real traditional Scottish welcomes all who pass through its door.

For more information click here to visit their website.


Aberdour Hotel
38 High Street

Tel: 01383 860325

Your hosts, Scott & Iona Wilkinson, welcome you to their delightful former Coaching Inn, which offers comfortable accommodation, simple and fresh local food, and the ideal base from which to explore the ‘Kingdom of Fife’ and beyond. Dating from 1750, Aberdour Hotel is a recently refurbished family friendly establishment ..

Click here to visit their website.


Forth View Hotel
Hawkcraig Point

Tel: 01383 860402

The Forth View Hotel is tucked away on Hawkcraig point, below the coastal path, looking out to Edinburgh and the Islands of the Forth. 
This Family run hotel is able to offer their guests individual attention, assuring they return year after year from all over the world. Fine food, service and hospitality in a comfortable relaxed atmosphere are the foremost concern of the family; Pauleen, Hannah and resident chef Tim.

Click here to visit their website.


McTaggart's Cafe/Deli
21 High Street

Tel: 01383 860820

McTaggart's cafe/deli opened on 11 March 2013. It provides a welcoming, friendly "non-pub" coffee and food experience.  Selling only the finest produce, sourced locally wherever possible. Salads, paninis, soup, sausage/bacon rolls, cakes, scones, a range of teas and Illy coffee. Coastal path walkers and cyclists are very welcome. We keep cycle locks if you've forgotten yours! Free Wi-Fi 



Our most recent Coastal Survey showed that over £25m was generated for the local economy by the Fife Coastal Path. We are always interested in hearing from entreprenuers who feel they can provide Welcome Port facilities. So if you have a business close to the route, please click here for futher details on how to join the scheme.